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, even when he started courting the new woman, judy, twice divorced, three koifds her own, including kimberly, judy's only daughter, who all in all was happier on those rare occasions when there was no man around her mother. >> i personally liked it best when it was just her, the boys and i. no husband, because her attention would focus. >> you'd lose her? >> yeah. >> when a new man came along, what was she like with that person? >> they were "it." we still got fed and taken care of and the norm, you know. but it was all about them. >> and in 1973, it was all about lloyd. they married and then divorced, and then remarried. and tried to pretend their brady brunch life at this very house in clark street, in boise, idaho. lloyd drove long haul truck, judy styled hair. they joined the shriners, went bowling, planned fishing trips. lloyd's youngest, tommy, lived with him and his step-mom but pamela stayed with her mother in nebraska and rarely visited. in 1980, sandy was 20 and off in college. but, still, as always, called lloyd every week, until the day judy answered the phone. >> and wh
journalism when an azteca tv reporter goes all atwitter. on the panel. judy miller. conservative columnist, andrea ta this. taros, jim hen ken, jim pinkerton. i'm jon scott, news watch is on right now. >> a lot of people have already said that we can't win the general election. it is the same-- yes, we can. [laughter] >> yes, we can, yes, we can. >> it is those same so-called experts who said we have no chance of winning the primary. it will be hard work, but we can win and if those same people who fought against me work just as hard for me, we will win. >> jon: that's christine o'donnell the tea party-backed candidate who won the delaware primary to be that state's republican candidate for u.s. senate in november. her win brought headlines like these, the tea party's wins fuel a civil war won the g.o.p., that from usa today of course. there were a lot of headlines like that in other papers and the same kind of take in the, you know, usual liberal media on television, on cable and so forth. why? >> i think the mainstream media has been dying to write this story and put this headline and h
. our middle school sensible of the year is judy slump francisco middle school -- our middle school principal of the year is judy from francisco middle school. she brought have her school with her. she has inspired by her staff and students every day. if she more recently was inspired by one of our chinese citizen after being at the school for a week created a beautiful movie with beautifully drawn visuals, a perfect english with a strong and confident voice. judy, congratulations. >> thank you all for being here. it is with deep appreciation that i look out and see members of my school community, my school family, really, my own family, my mom whether in a storm today to be here -- weathering the storm to be here. thank you, mom, for being here. thank you for being here and lot in my life. i wanted to just say that i feel a little uncomfortable accepting this award because, quite honestly, the best work that happens in a school happens when a team. here we are. i see parents, volunteers, our wonderful staff, our faculty, and we work together as a team with good spirit everyday work
. >> lehrer: then, judy woodruff talks to transportation secretary ray lahood about his drive to end distracted driving. >> ifill: john tulenko of learning matters reports on tennessee's plan to reward teachers when students do well. >> we need to move to a system that says if you work harder, if you do better, if you try to improve your craft and your students perform better, you get paid more. >> lehrer: we have an election season look at campaign cash-- who's giving, and why. >> ifill: margaret warner examines the impact international sanctions are having on iranians. >> they're having a dramatic impact. i think that the u.n. security council resolution was underestimated. it was underestimated by iran and it was undersfimented by lots of people in the international community. >> lehrer: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewe
. that honor now belongs to judge judy. this last season, judge judy averaged 6.5 million viewers, beating oprah by 600,000 viewers on average. did you know she is a 67-year-old grandmother with about 11 grandkids? >> yeah. the whole judge show concept, i don't really get very much. to me, oprah is an amazing person. so i don't care that her ratings have dropped a little bit. she is still queen of television in my book. >> i will say that judge judy is working at 67 and at that age, i hope to be doing pottery or something like that. not exactly working. but that's just me. >> she holds another honor, judge judy does. she is tonight's shot. i don't know if you've seen this online. a new wave of videos starring her has gone viral. the title says it all. half speed judge judy. basically judge judy shows at half speed. it is a whole new way of looking at the program. this is from youtube. slow mo judge judy takes on the case of the broken toilet. >> oh, right. >> all parties in the matter reed versus law. step forward, please. >> suing her former friend for breaking her toilet, when she sat on
preacher with a plan to burn korans. why did the press take the bait. >> judy miller, cal thomas, jim pinkerton, and fox news radion. host, allen. fox news atch is on right now. >> for all the proress we made, we're not there yet. and that meane that people are frustrated and that means people are angry. and since i'm the president, the democrats have control of the house and the senate, it's undersndable that people are sang, what have you done? >> that's president obama at his friday news conference admitting economic recovery has been painfully slow. cal, it was the capper to a week of appearances he made trying to convince the american people and the media that he's on track with the economy, and is it working? >> i don't think so. you look at the polls and the republans are ahead in a lot of races but the president is overexposed and on the media all the time. to the point where the ver ande's eyes glaze they don't pay any attention to bhat he's saying.i the presidency must be marshaled in such a way that when he speaks, he commands attention, and he's not it doing it.> >> allen,
is judy slump francisco middle school -- our middle school principal of the year is judy from francisco middle school. she brought have her school with her. she has inspired by her staff and students every day. if she more recently was inspired by one of our chinese citizen after being at the school for a week created a beautiful movie with beautifully drawn visuals, a perfect english with a strong and confident voice. judy, congratulations.
committee. i have a letter from judy berkowitz concerning e-distribution reports and reads doctor president miguel and commissioners, the neighborhoods request that the planning commission oppose to the e-distribution ordinance amending the administrative code by amending the sections to provide electronic distribution of documents because it would restrict, hinder, limit access to vital information which is necessary for good government. many individuals, including seniors, are not connected to the internet, do not have a printer, or have difficulty reading large documents on the computer screen. some may not have a large lcd screen and others may have poor vision. while a printed copy would be available at a cost of 10 cents per page, it could be concerned. and what is the criteria? who spans low income, retired, etc., and that needs to be verified. please note that all revisions and eastern neighborhood and the extreme difficulty to mark sections for review and electric those for analysis. e-distribution town voluntary, not policy. if san francisco wants an informed public, we must make
news contributor judy miller. syndicated columnist cal thomas, jim pinkerton, fellow new america foundation and columnist kirsten powers, i'm jon scott, fox news watch is on right now. the man who helped blow open the watergate scandal, bob woodward has written a book about the division within the white house regarding the war in afghanistan. in obama's wars, woodward writes that some of the president's top advisors were actively undermining each other as they debated the afghan war strategy and the book reports that the president set a withdrawal plan because he said, quote, i can't lose the whole democratic party. so, judy, what's been the media reaction? >> well, there has been a firestorm much to simon & schuster's absolute delight because i'm sure they were worried about a book about the afghan war, but look, it's been-- some of it's been very, very critical, les geld called the portrait of obama that emerges, a professor in president's clothes. he said give me a break, this man is supposed to be president and he can't get the plan he wants on afghanistan. other people have
captioning sponsored by macneil/lehrer productions >> woodruff: good evening. i'm judy woodruff. republican leaders in washington unveiled their 2010 campaign platform today promising to repeal the new health care law and un-do democratic policies across the board. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the "newshour" tonight, kwame holman has details of the g.o.p. plan. then, democratic congressman anthony weiner and republican david price debate whether it's a return to failed economic policies or a blueprint for a better future. >> woodruff: ray suarez talks to margaret warner about president obama's visit to the united nations and the reaction there to his diplomatic initiatives. >> brown: special correspondent dave iverson reports on a new push to get scientists to work together in the pursuit of medical cures. >> let's put our arms together and brains together and solve the problem collectively and for a project like this you absolutely need that to succeed. >> woodruff: and isabel wilkerson discusses her new book on the great migration of african americans. that's all ahead
of raids by federal agents here and in minnesota. wgn's judy wang is live on the west side with that story. judy. >> good afternoon, allison. antiwar protestors plan to demonstrate here at 4:30 this afternoon. they call the raids an attack on the entire antiwar movement. they say they won't be intimidated or silenced and they have done nothing wrong. the fbi raided two chicago homes and six homes in minneapolis friday. it made no arrests. the warrant indicated looking for possible ties to terrorist organizations in the middle east and colombia. one of the chicago homes raided was that of joe listbacker and his wife stephanie wieper in logan square. agented-- listbacker on staff at -- say those items includes their children's old artwork and photos of martin luther king, jr., and malcolm x. took a laptop from the executive director of the arab american action network. >> we believe that this was just a big fishing expedition. that they don't have any possible reason to believe that these individuals are involved with any criminal wrong doing. nothing criminal about organizing and to change
judy will be here and judge judy will meet joe montana to close the show. we'll see how they get along. >> live guy in the studio as well. tim kaine, former governor of the commonwealth of virginia, you can be he's ready to walk over here right now. >> ready, governor? >> excited about the couch. >> he's in the on-deck circle coming up in two minutes after the news. >> we start with some headlines and this story, unfortunately. two u.s. soldiers have died and nine others are hurt now when an iraqi special forces soldier sprayed them with gunfire at an iraqi army base north of baghdad. the americans were providing security. there was a meeting, apparently, going to take place between u.s. and iraqi commanders. the gunman was shot dead but the two americans are the first u.s. troops to be killed in iraq since the obama administration declared combat operations officially over last week. dramatic video now of alleged terrorists practicing to shoot down planes. and blow up a synagogue. the tape was played at the federal trial of four suspects accused of scheming to shoot down planes at th
income gap between the richest and poorest americans. >> ifill: judy woodruff talks to alan cooperman of the pew forum on religion in public life about what americans know and don't know about religion. >> brown: special correspondent john tulenko reports on a college program that's raised graduation rates for minority students. >> some of these kids have lives that are so complicated that they need a lot more. that's what we do. >> ifill: and margaret warner speaks to two analysts about north korea's latest succession drama. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: on the surface, today's housing news looked pretty good. it came from a closely watched report on property values known as the case-shiller index. the survey found home prices rose in july for the fourth straight month. in all, a dozen cities out of 20 reported gains, while seven were down. one was un
>> woodruff: good evening. i'm judy woodruff. house speaker nancy pelosi said today a vote to extend tax cuts could happen before the november elections, despite senate democrats' move to delay. >> brown: and i'm jeffrey brown. on the newshour tonight, david herszenhorn of "the new york times" sorts through the politics playing out on capitol hill. >> woodruff: and we speak to former federal reserve board chairman alan greenspan, the second in a series of conversations on whether to extend the tax breaks. >> brown: then, margaret warner talks to british deputy prime minister nick clegg about war strategy in afghanistan and austerity measures at home. >> you can't stand tall in the world if you are running on empty back home. that is what we are trying to fix. we fix our finances at home. we will continue to play a proud and i hope, leading role in the affairs of the world. >> woodruff: jonathan miller of independent television news reports from southern pakistan, where there has been fresh flooding and tens of thousands of people remain marooned. >> brown: mark shields and
. >> woodruff: and i'm judy woodruff. on the "newshour" tonight, betty ann bowser looks at the impact political and otherwise of the reform legislation six months after its passage. >> ifill: then, judy talks to former president clinton about the economic recovery, his global initiative and the upcoming midterm elections. >> if this is a referendum on people's anger and apathy, so our side stays home and their side's in play, we don't cowell. if it's a choice between who is going to do what, we can do well, and that's what i hope it will be. >> woodruff: tom bearden reports from louisiana on the state's growing battle against coastal erosion, in the wake of the b.p. oil spill. >> large chunks of louisiana's coastal wetlands are literally dissolving and so are some of the nation's best fishing ground. >> ifill: plus, we hear from former white house economic advisor glenn hubbard, in the first of several conversations on whether to extend the bush- era tax cuts. >> woodruff: and jeffrey brown talks to author gary shteyngart about his new novel set in a not so far off america-- "super, sad, true l
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